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Binding arbitration for child custody cases can’t be enforced (access required)

  Child custody and visitation schedules can’t be determined through binding arbitration awards in South Carolina because only family courts have the authority to determine the best interests of the children, the South Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled in a case of first impression.   Robert Kosciusko and Alice Parham had two children during their marriage and ...

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